I know what it means to be forcibly displaced from one’s home, but also how our country can be a beacon of hope for those who strive for freedom, opportunity and dignity. That is the American story. That is why I choose to see the goodness.
Makeda Best, who has master’s and doctorate degrees from Harvard University in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, joined Harvard’s art museums as their Richard L. Menschel curator of photography Jan. 17.
Millennials must take active leadership in politics, said Warren, praising Gebru’s résumé of civic engagement and community organizing. “I’ve been a mayor for eight years and know what it takes to lead a city. At just 25, Samuel’s got it,” Warren said.
The commission should use its power to block the work of developer Equity One in Harvard Square, helping preserve our community while it grapples with larger political, economic and environmental challenges that are a part of its new reality.
The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified, motivated men and women interested in careers in corrections for its 41st Basic Training Academy. The exam is free.
Moving and repurposing an 1845 church was called central to the school’s strategy for achieving LEED Gold, as was the focus on air quality for the artist-users and a 40 percent reduction in energy and water usage.
Community input is a vital component of the decision-making process in Cambridge, and City Manager Louis A. DePasquale is seeking volunteers to serve on his new City Manager’s Advisory Committee.
Pat Arcand was honored Jan. 6 as part of the Heroes Among Us program, which recognizes people who have made exceptional, lasting contributions to their communities.
The Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers’ Cambridge Senior Center has moved – but only temporarily, and just across the street.
U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark, a Democrat in Massachusetts’ 5th Congressional District, has been appointed to the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations. The committee is responsible for all of the federal government’s spending priorities.